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Season 1
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Title

Summary
Teenage photographer Peter Parker is sent by the
Daily Bugle to investigate a series of mystery lights in
a wooded area outside of the city, when a sudden
landslide forces him to swerve off the road and land in
a tree. Realizing he's in a precarious spot, Peter slides
down in the driver's seat and out of sight, only to rise
back up again as he finishes a quick change into
Spider-Man. He lowers the car to the ground and finds
the hidden entrance to a secret laboratory operated by
The Power of Dr.
his nemesis, Doctor Octopus, who captures the young
Octopus
hero and reveals his plan to blow up part of New
York. Octopus has also sent a warning letter to the
Daily Bugle about it, so that people can evacuate
before the demonstration, but Jameson thinks it's just
a crank letter. Betty Brant drives off to the place he
(Peter) was heading to, but she is also captured.
Spider-Man manages to free both himself and Betty,
then stops the nefarious villain in his tracks, saving
the city from destruction.
On a blistering hot afternoon, Peter is walking to the
house of a brilliant scientist, Doctor Smarter, when
suddenly he notices that the sidewalk and most of the
neighborhood is turning to ice. Hearing desperate
cries for help from Smarter's house, Peter changes into
Spider-Man and breaks through a laboratory window
Sub-Zero for
to find the frightened scientist being menaced by
Spidey
towering ice creatures. Spider-Man tracks them to
their iceberg after they freeze him and kidnap Smarter.
The creatures turn out to be an alien race of
'Plutonians' and are not hostile. They are seeking out
Dr. Smarter for a way to help them get back to their
planet.
Peter flies to Florida to find and photograph the
Lizard Man. Spider-Man meets Dr. Curtis Connor's
Where Crawls
family. In Dr. Connor's lab, Spider-Man finds out
the Lizard
about the doctors research on swamp fever and mixes
an antidote for reptilian mutation. He fights the Lizard
in a ruined castle and turns him back.
Electro, the
Spider-Man is set up numerous times by Electro's

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Human Lightning robberies. He finally tracks him to a fairground and


Bolt
catches him using a new web.
Spider-Man has been witnessed committing a robbery
of the Midtown Museum. Mysterio phones Jameson
and makes a deal to defeat and expose Spider-Man in
The Menace of
exchange for a large sum of cash. He fights SpiderMysterio
Man on a bridge and Spider-Man is unable to beat
him. He finally tracks Mysterio down and records
Mysterio confessing he robbed the Museum disguised
as Spider-Man. He then beats Mysterio.
The Vulture uses a device to control an army of birds.
After the Vulture beats Spider-Man, he holds the city
The Sky is Falling for a two-millon-dollar ransom and the blame falls on
Spider-Man. However Spider-Man sabotages the
Vulture's device and takes the ransom back.
A man called Henry Smythe reveals his plans to
capture Spider-Man with a robot and get paid by
Jonah Jameson for his efforts. Although skeptical at
first, Jameson becomes enthusiastic when the robot
shudders to life and starts zeroing upon its target.
Peter makes a hasty retreat from the editor's office, but
Captured by J.
the robot lumbers after him into the street. Ducking
Jonah Jameson
into an alley, the teenager strips to Spider-Man before
leading the robot on a frantic chase throughout the
city. He is finally caught by the robot after knocking
himself unconscious by swinging into a clock tower.
However he breaks into the robot's controls and is
able to free himself from the robot's tendrils.
Dr. Stillwell creates the Scorpion on Jonah Jameson's
behalf to get Spider-Man. However the Scorpion's evil
nature enhances and causes him to go after Jameson,
Never Step on a but Spider-Man captures him and the Scorpion is
Scorpion
arrested. However he breaks out and goes after
Jameson again while Spider-Man is searching for him,
but Spider-Man arrives in time to fight the Scorpion,
who is webbed up and imprisoned again.
As Spider-Man examines the Goliath Diamond, the
Sandman appears and swipes the diamond, SpiderMan getting the blame as he is seen by the guards.
The Sandman demands a $1,000,000 dollar ransom
from Jameson. Spider-Man fights him where the
Sands of Crime
ransom is due to be delivered, but the Sandman
escapes before Jameson arrives. Finding Jameson has
brought a fake ransom the Sandman demands
$2,000,000. Spider-Man fights him at a quarry and
defeats the Sandman with water.

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Diet of
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The Witching
Hour

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Kilowatt Kaper

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The Peril of
Parafino

Horn of the
Rhino

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The One-Eyed
Idol

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Fifth Avenue
Phantom

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The Revenge of
Dr. Magneto

Spider-Man sights, and photographs, a giant metaleating robot. It is never explained who built it. He
finally causes the robot to fall into a river.
The Green Goblin swipes a magician's witchcraft
book, hoping to control Demons of the Underworld.
Next he takes Jonah Jameson for his medium and
discovers he needs the Sceptre of Osiris. Spider-Man
fails to stop this but by putting a Spider-Tracer on
Jameson he tracks the Goblin to a graveyard and foils
his plan, webbing him up for the Police.
Electro escapes prison before Spider-Man can stop
him using a kite during a storm to renew his powers.
He takes the electricity supply of the city, demanding
a ransom. However Spider-Man is able to catch
Electro with his special web.
Spider-Man faces off against Parafino, a Wax
Museum Owner plans to make Spider-Man into his
latest exhibit. He uses escaped convict Red Dog
Melvin as bait for Spider-Man, disguising him as a
waxwork. He catches Spider-Man using a wax
sculpture of himself and captures Betty Brant when
she comes to the Museum. However Spider-Man frees
himself and destroys the wax Parafino. While Betty
gets the Police he webs up Parafino and Melvin.
Spider-Man is keeping an eye on a train when the
Rhino rams it and steals the component of a top secret
weapon, Spider-Man getting the blame. The Rhino
then steals another component from an airport. He
steals the final component from a submarine, but
Spider-Man finds him in a Zoo and catches him.
Someone has sent a one-eyed idol to Jonah Jameson.
Jameson is hypnotised by the idol to steal his own
cash. Spider-Man finds the Thief but is knocked out
by a boomerang and finds the Mastermind is hunter
Clivington, who tries to kill Spider-Man using an
elevator. However Spider-Man frees himself and
captures both crooks.
Spider-Man attempts to halt the Phantom's activities
only to be set up by him and his robot henchwoman
Marie. He discovers the Phantom is using shrinking
rays to steal items. Spider-Man is finally taken to the
Phantom's base and defeats him.
Spider-Man saves a boat from Dr. Magneto's crash
attempt. Determined to prove his magnetic power, Dr.
Magneto sabotages a railway line, which Spider-Man
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a building, but Spider-Man catches it. Magneto meets


Spider-Man at the Hall of Science and is beaten.
Spider-Man gets into an embassy, and sees the Prime
Minister tied up and gagged, and sights someone
The Sinister
impersonating the foreign visiting Prime Minister but
Prime Minister
he is forced to retreat to find proof after being gassed
by the Imposter's cane and his camera stoeln.
Spider-Man fails to stop Blackbeard from stealing a
The Night of the
treasure chest. Parafino sends Jesse James to rob a
Villains
bank.
Spider-Man stops a centaur, which vanishes in smoke.
Ms. Trubble sends Cyclops to take care of SpiderMan, but fails. The Goddess Diana also fails to get
Here Comes
Spider-Man. Peter Parker investigates Ms. Trubble
Trubble
and a stolen statuette. Spider-Man finds Ms. Trubble
has been conjuring legendary creatures to do her
bidding. Spider-Man rescues Ms. Trubble from
Vulcan and she is sent to the prison hospital.
Spider-Man
Jonah Jameson scoffs at a man calling himself Dr.
Meets Dr. Noah Noah Boddy, who claims to have found a means of
Boddy
rendering himself invisible.
The Fantastic
Spider-Man fails to stop a villain called the Fakir from
Fakir
stealing a precious ruby.
Spider-Man deals with Mysterio taking advantage of
Return of the
the Flying Dutchman legend to steal a chest of pirate
Flying Dutchman
treasure.
Strange things involving ghosts happen around the
Farewell
Castle Theatre, due for demolition by Jonah Jameson's
Performance
decision.
The Rhino steals a lot of gold from a truck. The Rhino
The Golden
is melting the gold to make a statue of himself, but
Rhino
doesn't have enough gold.
Blueprint for
The Plotter guides a couple of thieves to catch SpiderCrime
Man and grab a series of blueprints.
A mysterious person called the Human Fly leads
The Spider and
Spider-Man away long enough to steal Pulinski's
the Fly
jewelry.
Spider-Man chases Dr. Von Schlick in the middle of a
The Slippery Dr.
fire but loses him. Spider-Man finds Von Schlick on a
Von Schlick
barge as he steals oil from a tanker.
The Vulture's
When J. Jonah Jameson investigates a malfunctioning
Prey
tower clock, he is captured by the Vulture -- who is
using it as a hideout while he commits a rash of
spectacular crimes, including stealing a powerful
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Spider-Man, Peter returns to the Daily Bugle just as


Jameson causes the clock to start ringing out of
control. Realizing that it's a cry for help, the
determined teenager changes into Spidey and rushes
to the clock tower where he rescues his boss from the
Vulture's clutches.
Spider-Man rescues Betty from a shadow figure but
The Dark Terrors cannot attack it. The Phantom is casting shadows all
over the city.
The Terrible
Triumph of Dr. Dr. Octopus steals Dr. Smarter's nullifier.
Octopus
The Green Goblin escapes from Spider-Man as he
Magic Malice
plots to steal Blackwell's magic secrets and uses some
magic tricks to rob various places.
Fountain of
Peter hears that Dr. Connor is missing once again. In
Terror
Florida, Spider-Man fails to catch Cliventon.
Fiddler on the
The Fiddler kidnaps Flintridge's band and fires sonic
Loose
waves at Spider-Man.
Dr. Noah Boddy releases Electro, the Green Goblin,
and the Vulture from prison to get back at SpiderTo Catch a Spider
Man. All three disable Spider-Man's powers and
arrange to meet at midnight at the docks.
Spider-Man attempts to catch a man who looks just
like Peter Parker, but the man's bodyguard, Brutus,
Double Identity
knocks him down. Charles Cameo poses as various
people to steal precious art.
The Scorpion escapes prison to get back at Jonah
Sting of the
Jameson and Spider-Man. The Scorpion drinks a toxic
Scorpion
chemical and trashes Dr. Stillwell's lab. The chemicals
mutate the Scorpion into a giant.
Trick or
The Fly Twins break into a vault and frame SpiderTreachery
Man.

Season 2
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Title

Summary
Peter Parker is bitten by a radioactive spider and soon
finds that he has gained the arachnid's proportionate
strength. He learns that "with great power there must also
The Origin of
always be great responsibility" after his Uncle Ben,
Spider-Man
husband of Aunt May, is murdered by a thief who he
failed to stop earlier from robbing a T.V station. SpiderMan is able to catch the thief.
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the Clouds

despite a new medication, Peter decides that he must find


a way to earn extra money to pay for Aunt May's
medication. He applies for and gets a job at the Daily
Bugle where he meets Betty Brant and J. Jonah Jameson
for the first time. Peter later overhears a conversation
between Jameson and a news source named Dr. Omar
about a fake medicine ring run by The Kingpin. Peter
discovers that this was the same ring that made the
medicine Aunt May was taking. Peter also finds out that
one of the Bugles star reporters, Frederick Foswell, is
actually a Kingpin stooge sent as a spy. After finding out
that Jameson plans to write an expose' on the ring, the
Kingpin kidnaps Jameson. Spider-Man follows the
Kingpin to his lair and despite being knocked out and
nearly unmasked, he rescues Jameson but the Kingpin
escapes. He learns that a timebomb had been set at the
Bugle's printing presses. After a race against time,
Spider-Man saves the Bugle, the expos is written and
the Kingpin's medicine ring is out of business.
A mad scientist called The Master Technician takes
control of a nuclear reactor and uses it to create an antigravity field that lifts the entire island of Manhattan into
the stratosphere, holding the city for ransom for 100
million dollars, the reactor, and amnesty. Peter
reluctantly breaks his date to save the city before The
Specialist sends it crashing down. Their anti-radiation
weakens Spider-Man, but he is able to regain enough
strength to defeat them.
To impress a girl and to show up his rival, star
quarterback Roy Robinson, Peter Parker decides to try
out for his high school football team feeling that he could
be a star player with his spider-powers. The coach
however scoffs at Peter but offers him a job as the
waterboy. Meanwhile, the airborne criminal known as
Sky Master hatches a plan to kidnap Roy Robinson, who
just happens to be the son of a well known scientist who
has invented an invisibility serum, and hold him for
ransom. At night they break into the house, and take Roy
to their flying base. After learning of this plot during a
team practice, Peter changes into Spider-Man and tracks
down the Sky Master to his airship, which is hidden in
the clouds. Once inside the vessel, he rescues Roy
Robinson after defeating Sky Master and his goons,
causing their ship to crash. Spidey returns Robinson in
time for the big football game and helps him win.
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Roy Robinson gets both the glory and the girl.


Peter Parker is sent by J. Jonah Jameson to investigate
claims by a seismologist that he has detected
subterranean voices in an unknown language. Peter
reluctantly carries out the assignment after seeing a rival
reporter getting the plum job of investigating the
disappearance of a bank. Upon hearing the underground
voice transmissions at the seismology lab, Peter uses his
spider-hearing to determine that these were the people
responsible for making the bank disappear and they're
Menace from plotting to take another one. Quickly donning his Spiderthe Bottom of Man costume, Peter races to the next bank to be taken
the World
and sees the bank disappear into the ground. Spider-Man
descends thousands of feet into the sinkhole left by the
bank to investigate. He soon discovers the bank in a
strange underground city inhabited by hairy, ape-like
humanoids. He discovers their leader is an escaped
criminal called Mugs Reily who tunneled his way out of
prison and has disguised himself as a Moleman to
become their leader. When unmasked, the angry
Molemen turn against him, and the banks are lifted back
to the surface.
Diamond Dust After years of being dismissed as a bookworm, Peter
Parker is trying to win a spot as a relief pitcher on his
college baseball team. Together with Artie, the team's
catcher and Pete's school chum, he changes into his suit
and tie before heading off to the local zoo to meet up
with some friends. But at that very moment, a group of
museum robbers led by the criminal known as
Shakespeare create a diversion by unlocking a zoo cage
and letting loose a monstrous ape who goes on a
rampage, putting the visitors in great danger. Peter hears
of the gorilla's escape over a car radio and dashes to an
alley where he changes into Spider-Man. After a fierce
battle, Spidey re-captures the beast while averting a
disaster. But later, during a baseball game, the robbers
don gorilla costumes to rob the college museum of a
giant diamond worth a fortune. Waiting for his chance to
get off the bench and onto the pitcher's mound, Peter is
sent to collect a fly ball that's been hit out of the stands.
But after he locates the ball, a stunned Peter is
confronted by a terrified professor who tells him that
"apes" have taken over the museum. Instantly figuring
out the robbers' plot, Peter discards his baseball uniform
and swings to the museum as Spider-Man, where
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against him. But Spidey counters with his wits (and a suit
of armor) to defeat Shakespeare and his henchmen.
Hopping back into his baseball uniform, Peter returns to
the field just in time to throw the last winning pitch and
win the game.
Peter goes underground again, seeing the same scenery
as in Menace from the Bottom of the World. The building
he is on is taken underground by the Mole-Men, who
Spider-Man
want to eliminate him before they invade the world. This
Battles the
time he meets a race of dwarves underground, and the
Molemen
leader appears to be a genuine Moleman. Spider-Man
forces him to order the buildings to be returned. The
leader then accidentally destroys his machinery when
firing at Spider-Man.
This episode re-uses Rocket Robin Hood backgrounds
Phantom from and villains as Peter tries to stop an evil alien who has
the Depths of enslaved an island's populace with robot beetles, and
Time
plans to use them to mine a mineral from the island. He
battles several robots before he can defeat the alien.
Kotep, the Scarlet Sorcerer -- an ancient magician frozen
in time by a rival sorcerer -- is brought back to life in the
present day by a deranged college professor who has just
been fired. Kotep scoffs at the professor's commands that
he take revenge on the man's enemies, and responds by
summoning a green-skinned demon to attack him. A
group of students happen upon the professor as he's
being struck down. Peter Parker is among them and,
feigning cowardice, ducks behind a pillar where he strips
to his Spider-Man costume. Now in his true colors,
The Evil
Spidey battles the cackling Sorcerer, but Kotep manages
Sorcerer
to escape. Later, the hospitalized professor tells the secret
of Kotep's power to some of his students who promptly
try to warn Spider-Man. However, Kotep has other ideas.
Bent on conquering the world, the resurrected magician
unleashes chaos around the city, summoning an army of
demons who promise to follow him if he defeats SpiderMan. Faced with powerful thousands-of-years-old magic,
Spider-Man must find a way to stop one of the most
powerful villains he's ever encountered. He finally
defeats the Sorcerer by taking away his scepter and
destroying it.
Vine
After inadvertently unleashing a giant plant on the city
from a seed he found in the house of a missing scientist,
Peter Parker travels back in time to 3,000,000 BC in
order to find the professor himself. Spotting a great stone
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to reveal the costume of Spider-Man and, after a battle


with an amphibious monster, is captured by a tribe of
primitive blue giants. Taken prisoner to the city, Spidey
discovers that the professor has become the benevolent
ruler of giants and asks for help. The scientist explains
that the only way to stop the menace is to steal radium
gems from the temple of an evil society of intelligent
plant monsters, which were mutated by its radiation and
captured the city from its original inhabitants. SpiderMan is apprehended by the plants and put in an arena
with 'Goliath', a giant caterpillar-like monster, for the
amusement of the Master Vine. After a brief battle,
Spider-Man webs up the beast, defeats the plant soldiers
and takes the radium gems. The plant civilization,
dependent on the radiation for survival, withers away.
Having returned the prehistoric city to its rightful
owners, Spider-Man returns to the present and feeds the
radium gems to the giant rampaging beast. Unable to
absorb so much energy at once, it too withers away,
saving the city once again.
While on a date with his girlfriend Polly to see the
premiere of "Pardo Productions Presents: My...Pet"
(along with well-to-do socialites and city officials), Peter
Parker becomes entangled in a robbery plot by a villain
who possesses the strange ability to transform himself
into pure energy -- while taking the form of an enormous
black cat. Everybody in the audience is quickly gassed
and left hypnotized by a large eye that appears on the
theater screen. Only Peter manages to resist the attack
Pardo Presents
due to his super senses. With the rest of the patrons
staring helplessly at the screen ahead, the mild-mannered
college boy peels off his suit and tie to reveal the fighting
togs of Spider-Man. Pardo's goons start robbing the
audience of their valuables until Spidey intervenes. The
battle soon moves outside of the theater, where the wallcrawler leads Pardo on a chase across New York to a
showdown atop the Brooklyn Bridge. Once there, the cat
is electrocuted, leaving only Pardo's clothes behind.
Cloud City of While in South America as an exchange student, Peter
Gold
Parker and his host professor are flying in a plane over
the Andes Mountains during a lightning storm when the
plane crashes. The professor, the pilot and the planes
navigator all survive, but there is no sign of young Peter.
Just as they notice that they're trapped in a hostile jungle
with dangerous natives watching their every move, none
other than Spider-Man comes swinging to the rescue.

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After building a raft to escape the natives, Spider-Man


leads them into an underground river after getting caught
in a whirlpool. While underground, Spider-Man fights
vampire bats using soundwaves to mess up their senses.
After finally coming out of the cave they finally see the
Cloud City of Gold which is ruled by a 15th Century
conquistador named DeVargas who attacks them with a
giant golden eagle. As Spider-Man battles the flying
monster, the professor and the crew are captured by
DeVargas. After defeating the eagle by making it crash,
Spider-Man finds himself trapped by a giant spider in the
mouth of a volcano which he also defeats. DeVargas then
tries to do Spider-Man in by firing a cannon at him while
he remains inside the volcano, causing an eruption.
Spider-Man frees his companions and escapes the Cloud
City right before the entire mountain containing the city
explodes. Back at the crash site, Spider-Man disappears
and the professor and crew find Peter waiting for them.
They are finally rescued by helicopter.
Peter Parker is sent to the arctic on assignment by J.
Jonah Jameson to track down and get pictures of a lunar
module that crashed in the South Pole after a failed
launch. Peter along with Penny, the pilot of the Daily
Bugle plane, crash land in a blizzard on an island. Upon
waking up, Peter finds that Penny had been captured by
natives with the intent of offering her along with the nose
cone of the module as a sacrifice to their volcano god in
exchange for warmth. He changes into his costume and,
as Spider-Man, must not only must rescue Penny but also
stop the natives from throwing the nose cone into the
volcano as the resulting explosion would destroy the
entire island. After battling the natives and many strange
creatures in an underground cavern, Spider-Man averts
catastrophe by rescuing Penny and allowing the nose
cone to take off again. The nose cone's rocket engines
cause a small volcanic eruption, giving heat to the island
and calming the natives down. They unbend the
propellers and allow him and Penny to return to New
York. He then gives Jameson an egg from the island,
which hatches into a small winged snake that bites
Jameson on the nose.
While unwinding at a club, Peter Parker meets a girl
named Carol who is surprisingly as interested in science
as he is. After setting up a date, Peter decides to patrol
the town as Spider-Man and stumbles upon a robbery
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when Carol starts using the same spider powers as


Spider-Man. Spider-Man follows her as she and other
Spider-Men inside a ship races back to their headquarters
inside a cave and discovers that they are from a distant
civilization that crash-landed on Earth and have been
living underground waiting to be saved by a ray from
their home planet. He finds out she was stealing
equipment to try stopping a nuclear device test which
would have destroyed the civilisation. Spider-Man is able
to stop the device going off.
A former film producer creatures a dark creature, similar
to the Blob, on a special movie screen, then brings it to
life with a weapon he calls the Spirit-Scope, which turns
living things to film (paper) and brings things on film to
life. The creature quickly asserts an ability to engulf and
erase any object it wants, from garbage cans and
skyscrapers to Peter Parker's car as he drives a famous
movie actress to an appearance at his university. After
getting her to safety on a nearby roof, Peter strips for
action and turns into Spider-Man. The webbed wonder
Blotto
tries to find a way to defeat this mysterious menace
before it destroys the entire city. Temporarily paralyzing
Blotto with electricity, Spider-Man finds Clive and is hit
with the Spirit-Scope, apparently paralyzing him. But
when Clive goes to examine him, Spider-Man decks him
and claims the Spirit Scope. Going out to face a renewed
Blotto, he swings at the now-monstrous creature, and just
before impact, fires the Spirit-Scope at it. Blotto turns
back to harmless film just as Spider-Man punches
through. Clive is then arrested.
Spider-Man fights a giant from Mars who can form and
hurl lightning bolts, and plans to take over the world.
Thunder
Spider-Man tricks him into sending himself into space
Rumble
again using one of his lightning bolts. (NOTE: This bad
guy should not be confused with The Mighty Thor, a
Marvel hero.)
Spider-Man
While being honored at an awards ceremony, foremost
Meets Skyboy scientist Dr. Caldwell is kidnapped by the evil Dr. Zapp
in front of many onlookers, including Caldwell's
teenaged son Jan, who wants his anti-gravity helmet.
Feeling that the police are powerless to find his father,
Jan decides to strike out on his own using an anti-gravity
helmet and suit invented by his father. While patrolling
the city from the air, Jan is spotted by Spider-Man who
gives chase and confronts him. Spider-Man later realizes
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now well-publicized kidnapping and helps Jan to rescue


the boy's father from Dr. Zapp on Lightning mountain
and defeat him using the flash-bulb of his camera.
The crooked Dr. Cool and a henchman after having
robbed a jewelry store are tracked to their hideout by the
webslinger. After a brief battle, Spider-Man is knocked
out by Dr Cool's cane shooting the top off, and captured
by Dr. Cool who ties him up and puts him in a deep
freeze unit along with the stolen diamonds, where he
blacks out and is frozen solid. After a time, the power to
the deep freeze runs down and the wallcrawler awakens
to find that decades have passed and the world is in ruins.
After battling cavemen, and other creatures including a
Tyrannosaurus rex, Spider-Man realizes it was all a
hallucination after being rescued by a friendly ice
delivery man on his rounds. Later, Dr. Cool and his
stooge return to their hideout after another heist, only to
be defeated and captured by Spider-Man.
Spider-Man tracks two crooks who robbed a bank and
gives chase as the criminals escape in a getaway car.
During the chase, one of the crooks hurls a vibrator at
Spider-Man as he swoops in to capture them. As the
robbers escape, Spider-Man plummets twenty stories to
the ground. While laying unconscious on the street,
Spider-Man is rescued from a gathering mob by Captain
Stacy (Gwen's father) and taken to a prison infirmary.
Upon waking up, Spider-Man discovers a group of
convicts attempting a break-out and that they have taken
Captain Stacy as a hostage. Spider-Man then squashes
the break-out and rescues Stacy by pretending he wants
to help the criminals escape, and picking them off one by
one. He then leaves the prison.

Season 3
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Title

Summary
A new story involving the Vulture, using footage from
the two episodes from the first season featuring the
Vulture. The Vulture warns people to stay off the
The Winged
streets, then escapes from Spider-Man on a building
Thing
site. He then steals a missile, then a device to control
birds from a helicopter, but he is again defeated when
his birds turn against him.
Conner's Reptiles A new story only using footage from the first season
episode "Where Crawls the Lizard", involving a gator
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Spider-Man vs.
Desperado

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Sky Harbor

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The Big
Brainwasher

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The Vanishing
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Scourge of the
Scarf

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Super Swami

experiments who has kidnapped the professor. SpiderMan uses a serum to defeat the gator.
Spider-Man takes on a gigantic living snowman
brought to life by chemical reactions and an electric
charge, that grows after every snowfall. He uses a
copper cable to drain the snowman of its electricity
and destroy them.
Spider-Man battles a cowpoke using a flying
electronic horse and hypnotic guns to commit bank
robberies. He finally gets them away from their horse
and webs them up.
Baron Von Rantenraven commands Skyharbor, a
gigantic airborne fortress manned by sky pirates who
use biplanes and an immobilizing dust cloud to
capture jumbo jets and airliners. He starts attacking
New York in WW 2 planes. Spider-Man is called upon
by the mayor to defeat this flying menace. He tricks
them with a mirror, and finally brings down Sky
Harbor.
This is the episode where we see the one and only
appearance of Mary Jane Watson in the entire series.
Mary Jane gets hired as a go-go girl at a new
nightclub in Times Square where she is instructed to
occasionally take pictures of the city officials in
attendance for the clubs grand opening, which really
give them an urge to visit the back room. Mary Jane
invites Peter Parker to her debut. While MJ dances,
Peter uncovers a plot to use mind control on the city
officials using a powerful device by none other than
the Kingpin. Spider-Man gets involved and foils the
plan, saving Mary Jane and the city officials.
A mad scientist creates an invisibility serum, which he
tests on his dog Brutus, and hatches a nefarious
scheme to destroy Spider-Man to demonstrate his
power to the City's criminals.
A thief known as the Scarf, working with his gang,
uses several imaginative techniques with illusions to
rob from the rich people of New York City. They are
finally captured when trying to rob a museum with
laughing gas.
An evil Swami uses illusions to cause chaos around
New York, like causing a bridge to apparently
disappear with mass hypnosis and causing a
snowstorm with dry ice, before he is captured by
Spider-Man, who exposes him as a fraud, knocks him
into a river, and has him jailed.

44B

45A

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48A

A mad scientist, Doctor Pretorius, escapes from prison


and plots widespread devastation with a nuclear
weapon he calls "The Kingdom Come Device." While
on the run from police, the snickering villain gets a
ride from Peter Parker, who is returning home from a
college party. But after dropping off the scientist on a
road near his laboratory, Peter hears a news report that
Pretorius is an escaped criminal and that he's been
The Birth of
seen with a "youthful accomplice." Realizing that he's
Micro-Man
also become a wanted man, Peter changes into Spidey
before returning to the lab to do battle with Pretorius.
One problem Spider-Man encounters trying to foil his
plans is that Pretorius also has a way to shrink himself
in size, and Spider-Man has to undergo the same
process to fight him. Spidey ends up using water to
cool the Kingdom Come Device, breaking it down,
before delivering the scientist back to the police and
clearing Peter's name.
Spider-Man must face off against Sir Galahad, a
villainous knight on a motorcycle with an electrified
lance who has gone on a crime spree, all the while
Knight Must Fall
avoiding bad press from J. Jonah Jameson. He defeats
them when they try stealing a sword belonging to
King Arthur, knocking them into the waterfront.
Spider-Man fights Dr Humperdink Dumpty, a criminal
The Devious Dr. who uses balloon-themed devices, at a town parade,
Dumpty
later capturing them when they try robbing a ball
using laughing gas.
A remake of the second season's 'Swing City'. Dr.
Atlantean, of the fabled Atlantis, uses advanced
technology to cover Manhattan in a bubble dome and
Up from
sink it beneath the ocean as part of a plan to help the
Nowhere
Atlanteans invade, and only Spider-Man can stop him.
Spider-Man is taken inside their submarine and brings
New York up again despite the threat to pop the
bubble.
A remake of the second season episode "Vine." When
the city and its adjacent missile site are threatened by
giant, rolling seed pods from another dimension, Peter
Parker enters a mysterious portal to their point of
Rollarama
origin to find a way to stop them, only to find himself
the target of a society of intelligent plants, who are
keeping the environment cool with a device powered
by radium. He takes the radium, causing the plants to
die, then uses the radium to destroy the rolling pods.
Rhino
Footage used from "Horn of the Rhino" and "The

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Golden Rhino". The Rhino again tries making a


golden statue of himself, but Spider-Man captures him
when he tries escaping through the sewer.
Mysterio tricks Spider-Man into thinking he has been
shrunk to six inches tall while trapping him in an
The Madness of
abandoned amusement park after threatening to
Mysterio
destroy the city, but Spider-Man realizes their plot and
webs them up.
Revolt in the
This story, along with its characters and backgrounds,
Fifth Dimension was taken from the Rocket Robin Hood episode
"Dimentia Five". In it, a distant galaxy is terrorized by
the evil Infinata, a malevolent and supremely
powerful entity from another dimension who
resembles a one eyed praying mantis, and his minions
who are bent on ruling the cosmos. On the planet
Gorth in this galaxy, an alien scientist escapes his
homeworld's destruction by the Infinata with the
Library of Gorth, the collective knowledge of the
entire planet condensed into a small palm sized orb
module. This library contains as yet undeveloped
secrets to destroy the Infinata. As the scientist escapes,
the Infinata gives chase knowing that if an advanced
civilization could decipher the Library, it could mean
his destruction. The Infinata sends his minions to
disable the scientist's ship before he could escape.
Having no choice, the scientist changes his course to
the nearest galaxy, enters our solar system and heads
to the one planet with intelligent lifeEarth
magnetising asteroids to protect himself.
As the spaceship enters Earth's atmosphere, the
friction causes the ship to catch fire and resemble a
shooting star. As it flies over New York, Spider-Man
spots the shooting star. Intrigued, he tries to get a
closer look. Spider-Man soon realizes, however, that
this is not a shooting star at all, but a pint-sized
spaceship, only about a foot long, which falls straight
to him. After catching the ship in his hand, SpiderMan opens the small door, and the alien scientist, who
is only an inch tall on Earth, emerges from it. The
scientist communicates with Spider-Man using mental
telepathy that Spider-Man deciphers with his spidersense. After giving Spider-Man the Library of Gorth,
the alien then dies. Spider-Man, after being made
aware of the danger his galaxy could be in, decides to
take the Library to the government authorities to be

analyzed. However, The Infinata, who witnessed the


arachnoid take charge of the Library, sends his
demons to capture Spider-Man and bring him to the
realm of Dimentia Five, the Infinata's home. Upon
arriving, Spider-Man is interrogated by the Infinata as
to the whereabouts of the Library of Gorth. SpiderMan then flees, but he is quickly re-captured after the
Infinata's demons zap him and bring him to the Infanta
inside his citadel. Spider-Man makes one last attempt
to fight back but is defeated again by the horrors of
the dimension and finds himself sinking in some form
of quicksand. Knowing he has only moments to live,
Spider-Man racks his brain to find a way to defeat this
powerful enemy and closes his eyes to think. Upon
closing his eyes, he finds himself back in New York
for a split second, which he tries again, yielding the
same results. With that he discovers the Infinata's
secret. Only fear makes the Infinata powerful,
Dementia Five is all illusion, and that if one closes his
eyes and his mind to that fear, he would be free.
Spider-Man relaxes, closes his eyes, and leaves the 5th
Dimension. Defeated and fearful of retaliation, the
Infinata flees the galaxy, searching for other galaxies
and universes to terrorize and destroy. Meanwhile,
Spider-Man, having safely arrived back in his own
world, delivers the Library of Gorth (which he had
hidden, the whole time, in one of his web-shooters) to
the proper authorities.

50

Specialists and
Slaves

51

Down to Earth

52

Trip to
Tomorrow

The Master technician, now calling himself the


Radiation Specialist returns, levitating Manhattan
island once more and using another radiation to take
control of most of the city's minds, except for strong
minds, and some warped, criminal minds. George
Stacy is able to keep free, but unfortunately some
criminals attempt a breakout using Stacy as a hostage.
Spider-Man rescues Stacy, then defeats the Specialist.
Footage is re-used from Swing City and "To Cage a
Spider".
Footage used from "Neptune's Nose Cone". This time
a meteorite crashes on the island, where Caveman
attempt to throw it into a volcano, at the episode's end
is revealed to contain a spaceship.
Spider-Man narrates tales of his adventures after
falling inside a train to a boy who is running away and

wants to be a superhero. Hearing of the danger, he


returns home just as the train starts leaving, which
Spider-Man laughs at. Uses footage from Return of
the Flying Dutchman, Thunder Rumble, and The Evil
Sorcerer.

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